Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, Strategy
Since late 2021, Sushmita Banerjee has served as Boston Consulting Group’s global leader for strategy. She also sits on the North American leadership teams of BCG’s People & Organization and Transform practices, and participates as a voting member in the US Retirement Benefits Committee (RBC), which oversees the firm’s retirement programs for its staff.
Sushmita works extensively with clients on areas related to strategy, growth, organization, large-scale transformation, operational improvement, total shareholder return, post-merger integration, and digital identity. She is also a core member of BCG's Social Impact practice, partnering with several clients to advance their goals in a sustainable manner.
Throughout her career at BCG, she has held several leadership positions: Corporate Finance & Strategy practice (global marketing and communications leader), Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (leader), and Technology, Media & Telecommunications (North American leadership team). In addition, she is New York City and New Jersey alumni lead for Women@BCG. Shushmita was also instrumental in developing BCG’s B2B information services work.
Prior to joining BCG, Sushmita held a senior position at Unilever (India and Asia Pacific) and led successful assignments in sales, brand management, and customer development. She is passionate about the arts and is deeply involved with New York’s Metropolitan Museum, participating in the Finance and Revenue committees of their Board of Trustees as an advisory member.
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